MagnaGarurumon b
Title Transcendental Hero of Blue Steel
(蒼鋼の超越烈士 Soukou no Chouetsu Resshi?)
Level Hybrid[1]
Type (Ja:) Cyborg
(En:) Android
Attribute Variable, Data
Family Metal Empire
Virus Busters
Prior forms Anyone + Spirits of Light, Steel, Water, Thunder, and Darkness[2]
* (w/ Spirits of Steel, Water, Thunder, and Darkness)[4]
MagnaGarurumon Spirit[5]
Next forms Susanoomon
* (w/ EmperorGreymon)[6]
MagnaGarurumon (SV)[7]
Partners Koji Minamoto
Voice actors (Ja:) Hiroshi Kamiya
(En:) Steve Staley
Cards (En:) DM-178

MagnaGarurumon is an Android Digimon. It is a Transcendent-species Digimon that possesses power over Light which is said to have surpassed even the might of the Ten Legendary Warriors. It specializes in moving at light speed, and when its aviation unit is equipped, it is able to fly at subluminal speeds. Also, its "Charge Phantom" chest armor, its long-range firing "Sniper Phantom" on its right arm, and its mid-range firing "Strike Phantom" on its left arm are capable of being detached, although this decreases a portion of its firepower. By spinning at high altitudes, the "Laser Sights" on its chest are capable of locking onto all anti-air and anti-ground targets, so as soon as it spins at an extremely high altitude and confirms its targets, it commences a full-scale attack. It seems that it's already too late to escape from MagnaGarurumon.[8]


  • Feral Fire[9] (Machine Gun Destroy): Conducts a simultaneous firing of all its guns at all the locked targets, then violently pulverizes the main target at high speed.
  • Starburst Hunter (Starlight Velocity): Accelerates to speeds that exceed the subluminal and reach the superluminal level after detaching the Charge Phantom, then erases everything that comes in contact with any of the bands of light.
  • Magna Missiles: Consecutive missiles are launched at the opponent. Can be fired from either his flying unit, "Sniper Phantom", or "Strike Phantom".
  • Magna Rockets



MagnaGarurumon (マグナガルルモン)

Official romanization given by the Digimon Reference Book and used in the franchise.

  • (La:) Magna (lit. "Great").
  • (Ja:) Garuru (ガルルル?), the onomatopoeia for a wolf's growl.


Digimon Frontier

Digimon Battle Spirit 2

Digimon Fusion

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